Dating rituals around world
Historically, young lovers in Holland would quite literally jump into bed with one another in the early stages of courtship. Instead, bundling or queesting was an act of intimacy which involved getting cozy beneath the sheets and engaging in everything from deep conversation to light-hearted banter.
The idea was that the pair would get to know one another in this private setting and decide whether they were, in fact, made for one another.
when we know our partner won’t bolt at the very notion of it.
Over in Japan, though, young lovebirds confess their feelings for one another before they even start their relationship.
If you happen to be a man in Malaysia, you should know that there’s only one way to a woman’s heart — shoes. After that, they would be matched with a potential love interest (based on the shoes they bought) and a date would be arranged.
And, of course, it can’t be any old style of spoon.So whilst in many other cultures, getting to know the family of a partner signal that the relationship is serious, it is quite normal in Brazil to get to know the family shortly after a first date.